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Interior trim removal
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I have a 2007 berlingo m59 and I can't figure out how to remove the A Pillar interior trim. It will not pull away , it looks like the trim Will break before I remove it. Any help would be great . Cheers
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Here is a trim on eBay, they have a nasty steel clip which goes into the pillar & can get very tight.
We have a forked panel clip tool to apply force right at the clip.
Scroll through the pics on the listing to see what it's like 
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/252501022975
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